Webinars

E4E Relief offers regular online information sessions. To register for an upcoming session, email us at contact@e4erelief.org.

E4E Relief also presents webinars and other educational events to support our clients. For information on our next event, please contact Phasefanie Owens, powens@e4erelief.org.

Past Events & Speaking Engagement

Please to contact us if we can be a resource for your event, article or otherwise. Here are a few events we were glad to be a part of:

 


  • On January 16, 2019, E4E Relief brought together industry experts to share best practices on how businesses can plan for catastrophic disasters. Check out our Facebook video featuring a panel from the event.
  • Center for Corporate Philanthropy & Charlotte Community Affairs Professionals event on Disaster Philanthropy
  • Wake Forest University: Lunch and Learn: Investing with Impact Event - Learn More
  • Women's Impact Fund / Personal Philanthropy Planned Giving - Learn More
  • Employee Assistance Fund Summit
  • Women's Impact Fund - Personal Philanthropy Planning guide
  • 2017 Foundation For The Carolinas Annual Meeting - Learn More


 

Upcoming Events

Georgetown Tax-Exempt Law Conference

Holly Welch Stubbing, Acting President & CEO, will take part in a panel discussing complex tax issues for donor-advised funds at the best-attended and most-respected EO conference in the United States.

From Day One

Julie Caldwell, VP & Director, Business & Organizational Development, will lead a breakout session for CSR & HR leaders around why and how to develop an employee relief fund. The From Day One Conference will convene in Chicago on March 6th.

FFTC 2019 Annual Meeting

On April 2, 2019 keynote speaker and 2019 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Chef José Andrés will discuss World Central Kitchen, the nonprofit he founded, along with #ChefsForPuertoRico, served 3.5 million meals in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. Andrés and World Central Kitchen also responded to Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas, feeding first responders and those impacted by the storm.